(2002 TV Series)
Episode: Mr. Monk Goes to the Carnival (2002)
No, no. He was... a little wound. He used to clean the windshield and organize the glovebox before we'd roll. Anyway, we're the primaries on a body at a Hotel in the Castro. A hooker had swallowed a bunch of promazine. You know, the big sleeping pills?
It's a contest. There's a big jar of jellybeans, and if I guess how many are in the jar, I win a boom box.
Death. To die. To expire. To pass on. To perish. To peg out. To push up daisies. To push up posies. To become extinct. Curtains, deceased, Demised, departed And defunct. Dead as a doornail. Dead as a herring. Dead as a mutton. Dead as nits. The last breath. Paying a debt to nature. The big sleep. God's way of saying, "Slow down."
(1989 TV Series)
Episode: Farewell, My Laura (1992)
So there I was, staring death right in the face. Was I about to take the Big Sleep?
(1984 TV Series)
Episode: The Fifth Victim (1989)
Criminals and cops, the only real students of human nature. Remember that? It was from "The Big Sleep".
Humphrey Bogart never said that in "The Big Sleep". Hi, Frank.
Yeah, well, so do I. And it was from "The Big Sleep".
I'll give you the big sleep...
|5.||The Ren & Stimpy Show
(1991 TV Series)
You don't wake up from the *big* sleep.
The big sleep... THE BIG SLEEP? THE BIG SLEEP! THE BIG SLEEP!
What's the big sleep, Ren?
Oh my darling, my little cucaracha. I kiss your sleep encrusted eyes. I caress your large bulbous nose... ooh, let us join lips een one final sweet exchange of saliva.
I told you, they put him to sleep.
Because he's big and stinky.
|6.||The Big Sleep
What did it matter where you lay once you were dead? In a stagnant lake or in a marble tower on the top of a high hill? You were dead, you were sleeping the big sleep, you were not bothered by things like that. Oil and water were the same as wind and air to you. You just slept the big sleep, not caring about the nastiness of how you died or where you fell. Me, I was part of the nastiness now. Far more a part of it than Rusty Regan was. But the old man didn't have to be. He could lie quiet in his canopied bed, with his bloodless hands folded on the sheet, waiting. His heart was a brief, uncertain murmur. His thoughts were as gray as ashes. And in a little while he too, like Rusty Regan, would be sleeping the big sleep.
(2006 TV Series)
Episode: Who Do You Trust? (2006)
Yeah, along with the patients. You know that kid, from the other day, the swimmer? The one we saved? He has a good long life, a family, kids, maybe one of them will discover a cure for AIDS or run a 3:40 mile. You look into the patient's eyes and in that moment you know. You know. The only thing that stands between them and the big sleep. You need medics like us, Kroll. We may not shave everyday, or shine our shoes, but we fight the fight for the patients. That's what we do.
(2006 TV Series)
Episode: Cowboys & Independents (2006)
Yeah, along with the patients. You know that kid, from the other day, the swimmer? The one we saved? He has a good long life, a family, kids, maybe one of them will discover a cure for aids or run a 340 mile. You look into the patients eyes and in that moment you know. You know. The only thing that stands between them and the big sleep. You need medics like us Kroll. We may not shave everyday,or shine our shoes, but we fight the fight for the patients. That's what we do.